Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui unveils five remodeled salons

Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui unveiled five remodeled salons.

The remodeling of the five salons increased the total meeting and event space to 6,350 square feet, taking the 3,606-square-foot pillarless Regency Ballroom into account.

Guests may now combine Salon I, II and III to accommodate up to 217 guests, while Salon IV and V can accommodate up to 64 guests. Any one of the five salons is also ideal for small meetings or events.

Installed with floor-to-ceiling windows, the salons are flooded with natural daylight. The salons are also equipped with the latest technology and communications support, as well as wireless Internet connectivity to cater to different requirements of meetings and events.


Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui is situated in one of the tallest skyscrapers of the Kowloon area, K11, in the heart of the Tsim Sha Tsui business and tourist district. The hotel occupies Level 3 to 24 of the mixed-use complex K11 and sits atop the six-story K11 Art Mall. It provides direct access to the Tsim Sha Tsui and Tsim Sha Tsui East MTR stations.

The hotel facilities include 381 luxury guestrooms and suites with views of Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Island or Kowloon. The hotel also features a total of 590 square meters of meeting and event space, including one pillarless ballroom and five meeting/event venues of various sizes. All meeting/event venues are equipped with technology.

The property also has five-star luxury restaurants, bars and lounges, including: Hugo’s, The Chinese Restaurant, Cafe and Chin Chin Bar.

Hyatt Regency offers a full range of services and facilities tailored to serve the needs of meeting planners, business travellers and leisure guests. Properties generally range in size from 200 to over 2,000 rooms, and are located in urban, suburban, airport, convention and resort destinations around the world. Hyatt Regency convention hotels feature meeting and conference facilities.

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